Beautiful pencil Illustrations by Abbey Watkins
Born in 1990 in Manchester, Abbey Watkins is a young and talented British illustrator. She graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University with first class honors in Textile Design for Fashion (BA Hons). According to Abbey, her pencil drawings – inspired by music, fashion, and digital art. As the artist herself admits, “The inspiration can come from anywhere, and I find beauty in most things. A lot of my work – generated from fashion imagery. Meanwhile, I love to create my own ideas from other areas of interest”. In particular, music, film, the natural world, past fashions, dreams and utopian worlds.
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Beautiful pencil Illustrations by Abbey Watkins
Vector drawings by Mel Marcelo
Talented American vector artist Mel Marcelo, is an illustrator from San Diego, USA. According to Mel Marcelo, he creates his drawings using detailed outlines in Adobe Illustrator since 1991. The artist achieves stunning quality of vector drawings in the end. Meanwhile, in his beautiful gallery – portraits of Hollywood stars and world celebrities, like Madonna and Abraham Lincoln, Barack Hussein Obama and Megan Fox.
In the words of the artist, he has loved every minute of drawing. His work spans editorial pieces (Newsweek covers) to advertising campaigns (Oakley 2007). In addition, he has worked extensively in the apparel industry, beginning at Mossimo in 1992. Besides, Marcelo loves to work in fashion and lifestyle, and keeps up with the music scene as a DJ. Also, the artist finds inspiration in such things as Japanese woodcut prints and Patrick Nagel.
Art of movie posters
Polish illustrator Grzegorz Domaradzki (GABZ) is a freelance illustrator from Poznan. He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan with a Master’s degree in Graphic Arts and Drawing. After the graduation, Grzegorz Domaradzki first worked as an illustrator and later as a graphic designer for various advertising agencies. In 2005, he went freelance and hasn’t looked back since.
According to the artist, his film posters is a tribute to his favorite movies. In particular, Deconstructing Harry, The Deer Hunter, As Good As It Gets, American Beauty, and others.
Wild Animals in Motion by Art Wolfe
Talented American photographer, born September 13, 1951 in Seattle, Washington, Art Wolfe is a television host, conservationist, photography teacher and artist. In addition, most notably known for his color photographs of animals in motion.
Wolfe graduated from the University of Washington with Bachelor’s degrees in fine arts and art education in 1975. According to Wolfe, his photography career has spanned five decades, and during this period he has been a passionate advocate for the environment and indigenous culture. Meanwhile, during that time he has worked on every continent, having created a dazzling array of projects.
Kate Cain charcoal drawings
According to a talented 18 year-old artist Kate Cain can’t imagine a single day without music, paintings and books. The young self-taught artist from Poland explains her passion for art – “Few times somebody asked me, why do I even draw. Well, I don’t know. I just feel less alone that way. And the paper absorbs everything. The paper can take the feelings, both good and bad ones. Unlike the people, it will never disappoint”. Kate Cain’s inspiration varies from old masters like da Vinci, Vermeer, Okuń, Mucha, Wyspiański to the contemporary art and street art.
Miniature objects by Dmitry Okhotsky
A talented Russian craftsman Okhotsky lives in Jurmala, Latvia. And his main passion and hobby is making miniature objects. At first, one may wrongly think about the gigantic matches on these photographs. However, the tiny everyday objects are incredibly realistic miniatures of everyday objects. For example, pieces of furniture, book shelves, spoons, scissors (the tiny scissors are able to cut through paper!), tables, kettles, guitar, jars, plates, and bowls. Undoubtedly, the author of these masterpieces is a genius.
According to Dmitry, he uses different things for creating these everyday miniatures. In particular, bolts, nails, cans, radio details, wooden rulers, ice-cream sticks and other items that people usually throw away as rubbish.
The gallery of Miniature objects created by Dmitry Okhotsky includes scissors and a sharp axe. In fact, the models are just a fraction of the size of the items they are based on. Noteworthy, all have the exact same working qualities.
Illustrations made with Metallic Gel Pens
The author of these beautiful illustrations is Filipino artist John Paul “Lakan” Olivares. John Paul is his birth name, and Lakan is a name he chose as he goes through his journeys. According to John Paul, he is an arts educator, specializing in life. A painter, whose colors reflect his spiritual beauty. Besides, he is a businessman, whose trades is inspiration and hope. Current Residence: Quezon City, Philippines